Date: 2001-06-04 13:50:18
> One of the main problems is that the return type of operator++ is
> wrong, it isn't token_iterator. Here's an example:
I see the problem now. Thanks.
> > Doesn't punct_space_separator provide all the functionality in
> > strtok, namely using single characters as delimiters? However, I
> I don't think so. strtok() lets the user specify the delimiters,
> thought pucht_space_separator hard-codes in the separators as
> and whitespace.
Actually, you can pass in the characters that should be considered
punctuation and whitespace into the constructor( they are just
defaulted). The difference is that punctuation can be returned as a
token, while whitespace cannot be returned as a token.
John R. Bandela
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